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Vol. 38 No. 46
Jennifer Grimes Reigns
Jennifer Grimes from Berks County competed
with 35 other county dairy princesses to win the
Pennsylvsnis crown st the snnusl Harrisburg
pageant. See page B 2 for the pageant story by
Lou Ann Good, staff writer.
Jay Hess with tha champion FFA market steer.
Hess Wins Two
Lampeter Livestock Shows
Managing Editor
LAMPETER (Lancaster Co.) —
FFA and 4-H beef and hog judging
were part of the Lampeter Com
munity Fair on Wednesday.
In both the FFA hog and FFA
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steer show. Jay Hess. Penn Manor
FFA member, was the winner. In
the afternoon 66-head hog show,
Hess had the grand champion with
a heavyweight crossbred gilt. In
the evening steer show, Hess had
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Lancaster Fanning, Saturday, September 25, 1993
Barbara Relslnger holds tha halter of th# grand champion of the Pennsylvania Hols
tein Fall Championship Show, Miss Magic Flair, which also Is the 1993 Keystone
3-Year-Old Futurity class winner. Marcl Hamlsh, state alternate dairy princess, pre
sents the rosette, while, on the left, Amy Mearkle, alternate princess, and Jennifer
Grimes, state dairy princess, hold the banner declaring the cow grand champion.
Lancaster Farming Staff
Co.) A 3-year-old Holstein
owned by Barbara Reisinger and
Heidi Miller, of Carlisle not only
won the Ketystone 3-year-old
Futurity and $1,189.22, but was
also named grand champion of the
state Holstein Fall Championship
- Miss Magic Flair, a daughter of
Romandale Magic, was first in the
futurity class, besting an entry
from Penn Gate Farm, of Littles
town, in Adams County, Penn
Gate Mark Abbey, and then went
on to outperform the best of the
regular senior class winners to take
Bruc* Snyder, right, swept the supreme
champion honors, picking up champion
ram and ewe on Monday at the Reading Fair.
At left Is show Judge David Lytle. For story
and results, see page A 26.
Miss Magic Flair Wins
Pa. Holstein Show, Futurity
the senior and grand
The 3-year-old was also named
best bred and owned of the show.
And though their entries didn’t
take the championship title, the
cattle exhibited by Penn-Gate
Farms were strong enough to win
the family farm both the show’s
premier breeder and premier exhi
bitor banners.
The state show is the culmina
tion of the year’s officially sanc
tioned state Holstein shows. It is
held annually at Harrisburg during'
All-American Dairy Show Week,
which features national, regional
and state dairy shows for all six"
recognized dairy breeds.
FOur Sections
Judge for Tuesday’s show was
James Burdette, of Mercersburg,
who is a well-known Holstein
breeder and who has shown and
won with his Windy-Knoll View
prefix catde, including a national
champion, Windy-Knoll View
Ultimate Pala.
Though it is Burdette’s first
judging of the Pennsyvania Fall
Championship, he has been a
judge for other states’ Hosltein
According to statistics pro
vided, Miss Magic Flair also has
been milking well for the
Reisinger-Miller partnership,
recording 25,408 pounds of milk at
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Sarah Boyd holds tha trophy to hor grand
champion hog on Tuaaday night ,at the
Ephrata Fair. Her brother Gerald holds the
ribbon. For story and results, see page A 23.
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